Looking back one, two and five years ago today on Worldchanging:
Solar Panels To Boost Property Prices
Joe Romm argues that "as peak oil kicks in and the reality of human-caused climate change becomes painfully clear, energy efficiency, geothermal heat pumps, solar panels and the like will increasingly be seen as a desirable if not essential elements of a home, like an up-to-date kitchen, rather than just a cost...”
If It Makes Money, It's Not a 'Cost'!
A vintage Worldchanging essay where Alan AtKisson writes that when it comes to spending money on the environment, it's not a cost -- it's an investment...
Jamais Cascio reports on the non-profit XAccess, which makes a cargo-bike add-on available at low or no cost to in the developing world...
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The main problem in the third world countries is of power. They don't have access to nuclear energy and produce it mainly through coal or water turbines. If solar energy is used it will be ecofriendly and good for environment.
Using solar power is a great way to reduce your household expenses at the same time you are reducing your carbon footprint. Solar energy is becoming more affordable and more accessible each and every day.